A ‘bikini model’ with a weightlifting pedigree wins a contest at a weightlifter’s party

In an exclusive interview with NBC News, a former model who gained notoriety in the 1990s as the “bikini girl” for the weightlifting scene said she won the contest to “show people how far we can push it”.

It was the second-ever contest to be held at a Las Vegas nightclub and drew a crowd of thousands, she said.

In January 2017, the Las Vegas Strip’s Hotel Lomita hosted the contest, and the winner, Victoria López, was the first to achieve the record.

She claimed the record by lifting 300 pounds in under five minutes.

Victoria Loriaz was the only contestant in the history of the event who achieved a weight lift.

Victoria is now in her 50s and is a certified weightlifting instructor.

In an interview with her mother, who is a strength and conditioning coach, Victoria said: “I have had a lot of good people in my life and I just wanted to show that if I want to lift weights, it’s not just about me.”

In a video of her weightlifting routine, Victoria can be seen lifting the heaviest barbells on stage, and lifting the barbell in her hands as she performs a series of routines.

Victoria said she was “really proud” of her accomplishment.

“It’s a good feeling,” she said in the video.

“But you have to grow up and take responsibility for your own success.” “

The video has now been viewed more than 11 million times on YouTube. “

But you have to grow up and take responsibility for your own success.”

The video has now been viewed more than 11 million times on YouTube.

The woman who made the record was known as “the bikini model” because of her large breasts, she told NBC News.

Victoria also said she did not want to compete in the contest in order to keep her “healthy”.

“I was in so much pain,” Victoria said.

I was really afraid to compete, because I thought, ‘If I do this, I’m going to get hurt’. “

If I was to compete I would just take it the same way.

The woman from the Philippines, Victoria’s mother, said the experience made her proud. “

I wanted to prove myself, so I just tried to do my best.”

The woman from the Philippines, Victoria’s mother, said the experience made her proud.

“The moment I saw Victoria lift that bar, I thought to myself, ‘Wow, this is great,’ ” she said during an interview.

“She is a model.

She has a lot to offer.”

The contest was sponsored by Las Vegas bar owner Joe Gagliardi, who owns a nightclub called the Blue Room.

Victoria, who was born in the Philippines and raised in California, said she wanted to be known as a model in the future.

“My goals are to have a career and a career after me,” Victoria told NBC.

“As long as I can lift weights and get into a good club, I want my kids to look up to me.”

I just want to prove that there are people who are willing to lift heavy weights and be successful, even if it’s just to get attention.

“Victoria has competed in other contests, including one at a club in Texas and another at the Playboy Mansion in Las Vegas.

There are many people that have been successful in this sport, but it’s the lifestyle and the competition that keeps me going,” Victoria Lorio said.

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